COMLEX Osteopathic Medicine - 50 test questions free

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Dynamic Path's COMLEX exam prep module is designed to help you study for the Level 1 exam of the NBOME's COMLEX-USA series.

This module contains 250+ review questions for the COMLEX-USA Level 1 exam. Each of our targeted review review questiosn is paired with a detailed explanation to ensure comprehension of the material. All of the content was written by experts in osteopathic medicine.

Our questions cover all the topics included in the COMLEX exam:

  • Asymptomatic Conditions and General Symptoms 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Digestion andMetabolism
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Sensory Alterations 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Motor Alterations 
  • Symptoms and Disorders Related to Human Sexuality andUrination 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Respiration andCirculation 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Thermoregulation 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of the Tissues and Trauma 
  • Symptoms and Disorders of Human Development 

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